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Coombe Road Primary School

Broadening Horizons, Raising Aspirations

Equality Duty

The Equality Policy for Coombe Road Primary School brings together all previous policies, schemes and action plans around equality including those that we had previously for Race, Gender and Disability. It includes all the protected characteristics covered under the Equality Act (2010) as well as other aspects which have the potential to discriminate against or to devalue any individuals within our community.  We are committed to the development of cohesive communities both within our school’s physical boundaries and within our local, national and global environments.  Our school embraces the aim of working together with others to improve children’s educational and health and wellbeing outcomes, and notes the rights set out in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

How we identify our equalities objectives

In line with our statutory duties we publish equalities information annually and publish and report on equalities objectives every three years. We have set ourselves specific and measurable objectives that will help us achieve the aims of the general equality duty

  • Equalities information is found on the website (see link below).
  • Reports on our equalities objectives are on the website (see documents below). 

Our equality objective-setting process involves gathering evidence as follows:

  • from equality impact assessments (or other process for reviewing the potential impact on decisions made in schools);
  • from RAISEonline data, CPOMS records, annual Safe and Well At School Surveys;
  • from involving relevant people (including disabled people).

In addition, we know our school well because we regularly collect information about ourselves in a variety of ways and other people help us to do this. Ofsted inspectors report on equality issues during inspections and our School Improvement Partner conducts learning walks and pupil conferences. We collect a range of information relating to incidents of harassment and bullying including those relating to racism, homophobia, faith, disability and gender identity if and when they occur.

Annual updates of our contextual information are used to inform our self-evaluation. All significant groups are considered when looking at data in termly Pupil Progress Meetings and any discrepancies are addressed through focused interventions which are planned, delivered, monitored and evaluated through our termly Raising Attainment Plans. Through this we aim to close the gap between the attainment of those with protected characteristics and their peers. Where appropriate we use our Pupil Premium Grant to fund these interventions.

Our current Equalities objectives and current Equalities contextual data can be accessed below.

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Equalities Contextual data Jan2016 .pdfDownload
Equalities Objectives 2015-2018 (2016 reviewed).pdfDownload
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